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A woman living in a boarding house is kidnapped by a small-time criminal. Soon others in the gang try to take her away from him so they can get the ransom.

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Ayush M (it) wrote: Perfectly cast, scripted, and executed, this heartfelt emotional roller-coaster is one of those movies that just sticks with you long after the credits roll. It is these emotions that are brought out, that is the true purpose of movies, the true purpose of cinema.

Dorianator F (de) wrote: Very good movie. Very inspirational and well-made. But, it was boring at times and very typical of a documentary

Camcam A (jp) wrote: I love the killer(korean actors). Nice plot(hongkong crew). Great place(netherlands). Good combination...

Gabriel C (au) wrote: It does try to reach new territory in ideas instead of rehashing the plot of the original, but Scary Movie 2 offers further proof that more you use the same jokes, the less funny they get.

Drew K (au) wrote: This has always been one of my favorite used DVD finds. Jason Lee is really good in this. The story was loose and farfetched, but it's a highly watchable film, nevertheless.

Brian R (de) wrote: Portraying black people badly.

Chris R (jp) wrote: My favorite live-action Disney movie. Obsessed...

Zachary Y (gb) wrote: i give this move only 2 stars because besides it 2 stars, who are 2 of my favorite actors, this movie is terrible. I also give it two stars because there are 2 other VERY nice items in it, Uma's beautiful breasts.

Sean D (ru) wrote: A filler storyline made for a fantastic climax ending in a proper follow-up to the prior year's tournament. The movie had a lot of filler which prevented the artistically crafted revenge tale from being better than the mediocre revenge plot from the prior year. Miyagi's proactive defensive approach turns sour and makes for a lot of BS that could have been avoided.

Bruce B (gb) wrote: Another Movie from the Mill Creek Mean Guns 20 Pack. Although I have seen some bad movies in my day this will certainly rank up there and could be the worst western I have ever encountered. The directing is poor and so are allot of the camera angles that were shot that are just flat out annoying. Another trait of the bad movie that they choose to over abuse here is the silly diabolical laughter that has to be doled out at every and any chance two characters come in contact with each other....I mean jeez, just say your piece and end the scene. The basis of the movie is this band of bad acting desperadoes party with a group of indians and discover gold. Believing they know were there is a serious stash of the stuff wipe out everyone, (with plenty of diabolic laughter) and take a hostage. Another Indian later shows up and upset by what he sees decides he is going to settle the score and provide some sense of revenge for us the viewer who's only crime was sitting down to watch the movie in the first place. This movie if you can find it for a buck is worth a look if you are like myself that has to watch any movie he can find for a dollar. If your not then this is not for you. 1 1/2 Stars 2-17-14

Orlok W (fr) wrote: Flamboyant Southern Gothic Tennessee Williams Served Up by Masters--Unsung, surreal masterpiece!!

Gimly M (kr) wrote: Some originality and top notch creature design, that's about all The Hallow has going for it, but evidently, that's enough.Oh, there's also a flaming-scythe. That's a thing.

Fong K (fr) wrote: A compelling police drama, based on the memoirs of the titular retired cop, chronicling an honest and brave law enforcer's long and lonely mission to bring down corruption in the force. It also features a feisty performance by a very young Al Pacino in his first star vehicle.

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